Just another (Gr)Egghead trying to get it in focus
These are stunning.
Thank you, Sarah.
Breathtaking as always Melanie………
So nice of you, Pam. Thank you.
These ones I like best of all your ice photos (unntil now). Very nice.
Thank you, Bente. I appreciate your feedback very much!
These pictures are the best so far! But every time i am surprised and like it!
Thank you, Klaas. I’m grateful for your comment. I’m especially glad to hear that I keep surprising you. I worry that people will be bored that I keep posting photographs of ice.
Beautifully captured… You have an amazing eye!
Thank you so much. That’s very kind.
Bored? With your photographs of ice? Never. Each one is like a different painting
Such nice words, Ogee. Thank you.
I never knew that there were currents in mud puddles until I began looking closely at the kind of ice in your pictures. It’s amazing.
One thing I’m learning about focusing on one location, such as the pond, is that I learn a lot of different things by concentrating on that one location for many, many days. Even the same spot in the pond. Lots of interesting things reveal themselves.
soooo beautifullll…. so beautiful. Thank you dear, love, nia
Thank you, nia. You are so very kind. I’m really so glad you like it.
Fascinating – the frozen currents look like Hockneys from the 70s (?) – exactly how he expressed ripples on the surface of a swimming pool. The contours are beautiful – it must have been an incredibly rapid freeze. Great shots, Melanie.
So interesting–the Hockney reference. I’ve just taken a look, and I can see that! Thank you. I love all the interesting shapes I’ve found as a result of the freeze.
Thank you, Elena!
Blue and gold, very royal – welcome your highness
A lovely welcome!
Gorgeous, gorgeous images. I love the blues and browns.
Thank you very much, Karen. I’m very glad you like these.
So fascinating. I missed these before. Glad I found them now. My eyes are happily dancing.
Thanks for coming to look around, Ashley. I’m so glad you like what you’ve found.
Late again and struggling to keep up while traveling, but have to say I love these, especially the tighter crop in the second one. What a fascinating array of textures!
I’m amazed that you would even stop by while travelling, Gary. Thanks so much for your comment. Hope you’re having a great trip!
These are gorgeous. I see the head of a horse in the bottom/middle of the photos.
I saw that horse head, too, Maralee, and wondered if anyone else would. Thanks for your comment.
Beautiful and confusing all at the same time….love these photos
Thank you again. I really appreciate your feedback.
I will have too start commenting in another language. I am going to run out of superlatives.
You are so kind, Joseph. I am really grateful.
Love the colors in these.
Thank you, Inga.
These would be beautiful framed and on a wall somewhere, Melanie…goodness…so wonderful.
Thank you, Scott. What a generous and kind thing to say.
You are very welcome, Melanie…and I was/am very serious…
This is amazing, Melanie! You obviously have much cooler pond ice in Maine than we have in Washington.
I’m wondering if there isn’t something about this pond in particular. I’m eager to check out some other ponds in Maine to see how they compare. I also think that there might be something to the early freeze and then partial thaw and then rapid re-freeze that adds something special to the structures I’ve found there (this year and last).
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